Define How You Want to Experience Bolivia
Remote, unexplored and unspoiled, it’s as if Bolivia has distilled all of South America’s most dramatic landscapes into one truly breathtaking space. From needle-sharp Andean peaks to glaringly white salt flats, the extraordinary contrasts of this country are sure to stir the soul.
Customized travel to Bolivia is always a thrill, whether you’re wandering the streets of La Paz during a private city tour, exploring the millennia-old fortress of Tiahuanaco or journeying through the empty expanse of the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat.
Kuoda will work with you to design a Bolivia private travel experience that will not only take you where you want to go, but will ensure you get to experience this magical country in a way that suits you. We approach travel with an open mind and an adventurous spirit, using our expertise to get you the experiences you want. As one of the best travel operators in South America, we can help you explore the differences between Bolivia and Peru as well as the similarities.
Bolivia is a breathtaking country of legendary heritage, striking natural beauty, and endless travel possibilities.
With Lake Titicaca, the Uyuni salt flats, the Andes, and the Amazon all in one place, Bolivia offers you that rare opportunity to truly see it all and embark on an unforgettable travel adventure in South America.
Bolivia Travel information
When to travel to Bolivia? Bolivia’s climate is defined significantly by its topography, even moreso than by the changing seasons. The Amazon, Andes, and Altiplano of Bolivia make for some fairly drastic temperature and weather differences depending on where you are and when. May through to October is typically the best time of year to visit Bolivia as it’s the dry season where skies are blue and the ability to move about isn’t likely to be hindered by flooded roads or bad weather. Not to mention, the hot and humid Amazon region becomes a little less hot and humid, with intermittent periods of cooler weather due to cold fronts that blow up from Patagonia. For those travelers who are interested in hiking or any other outdoor activities, it is recommended to avoid traveling to Bolivia during the months of January to March. In this period, landslides, flooding, and fog can often make for dangerous trails. The drier winter months are most certainly the best time to travel to Bolivia and enjoy its many climates and scenery. Talk to a Kuoda travel designer today to find out when is the best time for you to experience a luxury private tour of Bolivia.